This claim is backed by Cornell University
And yet people constantly tell me, “Oh, I could never give up cheese,” after asking about my dietary restrictions.
Like a $5 milkshake; thick, chocolate, creamy, but vegan!
While I study for my bio midterm, my house-boyfriend is spending his evening making me dinner, taking out the trash, cleaning the kitchen, and vacuuming while wearing a very cute apron. He also just made me green tea and put it in my TARDIS mug whilst simultaneously busy carmelizing onions for the vegan In-N-Out we will be having for dinner (for the second night in a row because it was fucking amazing).
I could get used to this.
Oh yeah, did I mention that I spent my entire evening making ridiculous amounts of vegan miso soup and fried rice so delicious they ought to be illegal?
Using Fruit to Scent Your Home
I’m sorry, I can’t hear your criticism of my dietary choices over the sound of my dinner reminding me of my moral superiority and perfectly adequate amount of protein.
Sam got a little fuckin’ carried away when I said “Lets make nachos”.
Those tags have nothing to do with the incredibly heartwarming and sweet post after the read more.
I got an organic vegan cupcake today from this awesome little place in downtown La Jolla called Cups that is basically amazing. Also, there is a gender-neutral, handicapped-accessible bathroom with a cupcake instead of a person on it, which is pretty cool.
Spicy Peanut Zucchini Noodles
- two zucchini, sliced thin into noodles with a mandoline, julienne peeler or by hand
- 1/2 cup peanut butter
- 3T rice vinegar
- 2t toasted sesame oil
- 1T soy sauce
- 1/4C water
1) Blanch zucchini noodles by tossing in boiling water for 1-2 minutes, straining, then running under cold water to stop the cooking process.
2) Combine remaining ingredients in a sauce pan on high heat, stirring constantly, until sauce consistency is achieved.
3) Divide noodles into two portions, pour sauce evenly and enjoy!
CONFIRMED - Ghiradelli Comes To Disney California Adventure - OPENS Tuesday, June 5!
Chocolate lovers rejoice! We know that this may be old news, but we noticed that we didn’t do a post about this back when it was revealed in December of last year. But yes, chocolate lovers rejoice!
This summer, not only will you be able to race Cars in Cars Land, ride the slopes of the new Matterhorn again, and grab a Venti Awake Tea Latte from Starbucks on Buena Vista Street, but now you’ll also be able to eat chocolate!
The San Fransisco-based chocolate factory Ghiradelli has partnered with Disney to open a a soda fountain/chocolate shop in the former location of the Mission Torilla Factory in the Pacific Wharf area in DCA. The location will serve all the varieties of Ghiradelli flavors put on your favorite ice creams and more. Guests who enter (and maybe exit) will also receive a FREE Ghiradelli Chocolate Square - a signature offering! Don’t abuse it, folks.
Construction on the existing building is currently being done and we’re excited to announce that it will all be revealed on Tuesday, June 5 with an small opening ceremony and ice cream party.
We’re excited to be eating more chocolate and less tortillas. We’ll keep you posted through our Facebook Page.
I remember when my friends and I first heard about this
US: HOW COULD THEY TAKE AWAY THE TORTILLA FACTORY OMG THAT IS SO NOT OKAY WHAT THE HELL ARE WE GOING TO DO WHEN WE PRETEND IT IS OUR BIRTHDAY EVERY TIME WE GO
Cast member: Well they are replacing it with a Ghiradelli..
US: …. Oh, well that’s fine. Will they be serving ice cream?
Cast member: I believe so.
US: THAT IS SO AWESOME. WE LOVE THE GHIRADELLI IN DOWNTOWN DISNEY IN FLORIDA AND IT IS REALLY ABOUT TIME WE GOT ONE OVER HERE WITHOUT HAVING TO GO TO VEGAS!!
I am so excited
That settles it, I’m renewing my pass.
Homemade Snickers Recipe
Can you please be a) vegan and b) in my mouth? Much obliged.